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===First Era===
 
===First Era===
Sometime during the early [[First Era]], the Dwemer located [[Heart of Lorkhan|Lorkhan's Heart]] beneath Red Mountain, and began trying to use its power to achieve godhood. The Chimer, driven by fear, attempted to stop their brethren, quicky leading to a vast war. This war eventually ended with the complete disappearance of the Dwemer, the emergence of the [[Dunmer]], and Red Mountain's first known eruption in [[1E 668]] in an event called [[Sun's Death]].<ref name="nirnroot">''[[Nirnroot Missive]]''</ref>
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Sometime during the early [[First Era]], the Dwemer located [[Heart of Lorkhan|Lorkhan's Heart]] beneath Red Mountain, and began trying to use its power to achieve godhood. The Chimer, driven by fear, attempted to stop their brethren, quicky leading to a vast war. This war eventually ended with the complete disappearance of the Dwemer, the emergence of the [[Dunmer]], and Red Mountain's first known eruption in [[1E 668]] in an event called [[Sun's Death]].<ref name="nirnroot">''[[Nirnroot Missive]]''</ref> In [[1E 700]], the [[Tribunal]] erected the [[Ghostfence]] around the volcano.
   
 
===Third Era===
 
===Third Era===
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